Rohingya crisis

Oxfam volunteer Zahid Hossain, age 20, talking to Abdul Malek, age 80, about the precautions elderly people should take to prevent Covid-19. Cox’s Bazar refugee camp, Bangladesh. Photo: Fabeha Monir
Around the world, the Coronavirus pandemic has upended lives and forced communities to adapt to new ways of working. The situation is no different for humanitarian contexts like Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh—where refugees are taking on innovative new approaches to combat the virus. Cox’s Bazar is home...
Oxfam in Asia - Press Release - Biggest-ever waste treatment plant in a refugee camp
Oxfam has opened the largest human waste treatment plant ever built in a refugee camp, in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. The industrial-scale plant, funded by the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, can process the waste of 150,000 people.
Oxfam in Asia - Vital aid needed to protect Rohingya women refugees
Rohingya women living in Bangladesh are developing health problems, missing out on aid and are at greater risk of abuse due to unsafe and unsuitable facilities in many parts of the refugee camps - Oxfam
Oxfam in Asia Programmes - Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Response
We provide life-saving essentials in the immediate aftermath of a disaster and to people affected by conflict.
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